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Willow Bank Barn,
Little Comberton

Guide price £1,300,000 3,218 sq. ft.

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A stylishly presented period converted barn with a fabulous rural outlook.

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  • Luxurious Barn Conversion
  • Discreet approach down a Long driveway
  • Splendid Rural outlook at the foot of Bredon Hill
  • A Magnificent 3,218 sq ft of accommodation
  • 10.22 acres of woodland, paddocks and garden.
Willow Bank Barn enjoys a peaceful position on the outskirts of a charming village at the foot of Bredon Hill, and has magnificent rural views, while being only 2.5 miles from the Georgian market town Pershore. This luxury home retains many period features and a particular highlight of the excellent accommodation is the bespoke Mark Wilkinson kitchen. Beyond the garden is a large area of grazing which extends in all to 10 acres. EPC=C.

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The centre of the town is a conservation area, with picture-postcard cottages dotted around the old abbey with desirable Georgian properties and townhouses (Bridge Street and Broad Street in particular have lots of listed buildings). Residents favourite go-tos are said to include the covered market and The Pickled Plum pub, as well as the many independent shops and restaurants.

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